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At the Plainridge Racecourse, Mike Eaton seems to be either hot or ice cold, but today he was hot. He drove three winners today (Thursday July 1) and two were his own horses, as he chases after Jim Hardy and John Kakaley, who are controlling the harness racing leaderboard.

As the wheels continue to turn at the State House in Boston, MA, to see which way the final bill will be enacted in respect to gambling. The wheels are also turning at the Plainridge Racecourse, as Jim Hardy and John Kakaley battle it out over the leading driver title. Hardy is presently leading 49 to 45 as we head into Thursday`s harness racing program.

Rhode Island harness racing driver, Mike Eaton started off like a house of fire winning the first three races at Plainridge Racecourse and then unfortunately he settled down with two seconds on the remainder of the card, but still had a very positive day on the oval.

At Plainridge, harness racing driver John Kakaley booted home a four bagger to narrow the lead Jim Hardy has on him for the driving title as forty percent of the season has elapsed. In the amateur ranks Jolene Andrews and Nifty Norman made a three wide move as they approached the five eighths pole to pull off the win over tightly bunched field in a quick 1:57.2.

The first day of Summer, Monday, June 21, 2010 at Plainridge Racecourse proved very rewarding to harness racing driver Jim Hardy, as he prevailed in four of the five trot races and just missed out in winning all five by a half a length.

With an eighth horse field heading towards the start, you never would have guessed what route Marc Bouthillier and JP Lifester would have to take to finally make it to the harness racing winner`s circle.

At the Plainridge Racecourse, it seems that winning three is like breaking sticks. Monday, Todd O`Dea was able to snag it and on Tuesday, Jim Hardy and D.T. Sumner nailed the harness racing feat as well.

It was a beautiful day for racing in Plainville, MA as Todd O`Dea found the weather to his likeing, as he bagged three winners on the Plainridge Racecourse harness racing card today (Monday June 14).

In a driving rainstorm at the Plainridge Racecourse, Jim Hardy nailed down three winners and got himself back on track and amateur driver Ray Marsland, snuck through the middle of the pack and maneuvered between the two leaders to earn a hard foughtharness racing victory in the the amateur ranks.

On a beautiful afternoon at the Plainridge Racecourse in Plainville, MA., with a great Memorial Day crowd on hand, the Del Miller Amateur Driving harness racing series took place and when it was over, the first leg was won by " the legend " himself, Peter Gerry and the second leg was won by " the grinder, " Anthony Verruso.

At Plainridge Racecourse on Thursday, May 27, 2010, J Carl Smith was able to snap the jinx on his tenth drive of the season and was able to notch his first harness racing win in the amateur race in a time of 1:58.1 and paid $10.20.

At Plainridge Racecourse ( May 25, 2010, ) it was warm out there, but there was still a nice breeze as John (driver) and Linda (trainer) Kakaley snagged a good portion of the races. John drove three harness racing winners and Linda trained two of them.

Tuesday's harness racing started off like no other Tuesday's racing, because right out of the starting blocks, the first race was won by the nineteen year old rookie, Steve Nason behind Patty Style who is owned and trained by Jennifer Allen in a time of 1:57 and paid a whopping $38.00 to win.

Plainridge Racecourse has completed about a month and a half of it`s live harness racing and standing at the top as of Monday morning are Jim Hardy, John Kakaley and Wally Watson all tied with 24 wins.

The harness racing season is about a month old at the Plainridge Racecourse and you can start to see, some of the cream is rising to the top already. The hot trotters are starting to make their early moves and they are as follows:

At the Plainridge Racecourse, Trainer Jennifer Allen, who is use to seeing the winner circle with her stock was having a horrible start to her 2010 harness racing campaign.

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